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190 Seventh Street
Bohemia, NY 11716-1331
Principal: Michael A. Moran
631-244-2228, ext. 1010

Originally dedicated in 1963, today Connetquot High School serves a population of more than 2,000 students from the communities of Bohemia, Sayville, Oakdale, and Ronkonkoma. A comprehensive high school dedicated to superior outcomes for all students, Connetquot High School affords its students a diverse course offering providing a wide variety of educational opportunities in the arts, humanities, math, science, and technology. The majority of Connetquot High School students graduate with regents diplomas and approximately ninety percent of graduates go on to higher education. 

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2023 PSAT Information

Connetquot Commemorates 9/11

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On September 11th, several buildings around the district commemorated the 9/11 terror attacks in their own way:

Students at Idle Hour wore red, white, and blue and Mrs. Cerulli's 5th graders (pictured below) held the letters they wrote to the West Sayville Fire Department firefighters, thanking them for their service. Second graders in Ms. Healy and Ms. Plutsky's class also wrote letters and made paper firefighter helmets.

Members of the OBMS 7th and 8th grade choruses participated in Sayville’s 9/11 Moonlight Memorial at The Common Ground. Students gathered to learn and rehearse music over the summer for this annual event that honors residents of Islip who lost their lives as a result of the terror attacks.

Mrs. Alway's 6th graders gathered at Oakdale-Bohemia Middle School’s 9/11 memorial. Mrs. Alway noted, Every year the OBMS community honors those we lost by placing 2,977 flags to honor those we lost on September 11th. Students participated in lessons to educate them about the events of the day. The message we would like them to remember is even the simplest act of kindness makes a difference in our world.

At RMS, students and PTA volunteers stayed after school to plant flags in honor of 9/11 victims.

Students at Connetquot High School sold silicone red, white, and blue bracelets for $1. All of the funds raised will be donated to the Tunnel to Towers Foundation which is dedicated to honoring the sacrifice of firefighter Stephen Siller and supporting our military and first responders who selflessly serve our country.

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Date Added: 9/14/2023

Connetquot Class of 2024 turns asphalt into art on Senior Paint Day

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On Aug. 24, Connetquot High School seniors gathered for the third annual senior paint day where students took to the pavement, creating colorful, creative designs on their individual parking spaces.

This year, with the help of brushes, stencils and paint rollers, 210 parking spots were transformed into colorful canvases. Paint day has become a highly anticipated event where oftentimes, students work together, along with family members and friends, to meticulously design and carry out their artistic vision.

Each student purchases their parking space earlier in the year, and the money raised helps to fund student activities throughout the school year.

Connetquot High School teachers and student government advisers Sal Piscitelli and Jennifer Piscitelli oversaw the day. “They’re really creative and take pride in their work,” said Jennifer, speaking of the students’ efforts. “It’s all student planned. They all collaborate with each other, and the parents get involved.”

The seniors are looking forward to using their spaces during the 2023-24 school year.

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Date Added: 9/7/2023

Connetquot marching band prepares for 2023-2024 season

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Beginning on July 31, Connetquot High School’s marching band lined the football field for their annual camp, preparing for the upcoming school year’s many performances.

Led by band directors Greg Johnson and Stacy Stollberger, the marching band’s student-musicians practiced marching basics and focused on learning and memorizing the music and drills. The goal of the camp was to prepare for the home football game halftime shows and Newsday’s marching band festival, happening in the 2023-24 school year. At the week’s end, the marching band students performed all they had learned for their parents in a preview show.

“We’re really proud of all the hard work the kids are putting in. They’re sacrificing their summer vacation to get a head start on the school year,” said Stacy Stollberger. She also noted that the camp provided a great opportunity for ninth grade students to meet upperclassmen and for those students to welcome them to the band department.

Date Added: 8/16/2023

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